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Pink Guy

The Lycra-wearing, “Harlem Tremble”-ing Red Guy is among the most recognizable characters created by biracial Japanese-Australian comedian and musician George “Joji” Miller, who’s most widely known on the web as Filthy Frank. His on-line humor series — The Filthy Frank Display — debuted in 2011. Since its inception, The Filthy …

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Scott Isbell

Earnest pop singer Scott Isbell built a name for himself along with his tune “Trumpified.” The Massachusetts indigenous and Emerson Scholar fell deeply in love with music and functionality at a age, finding motivation from an Elvis Presley impersonator at age four. This idolization extended to add Michael Jackson and …

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Video Nasties

Portland, Maine’s Video Nasties play messy, sleazy synth-punk tunes about getting bored in the home and viewing slasher flicks and porn. Their music is usually heavily influenced by Chromium, Suicide, as well as the Cure’s first recordings, aswell as Italo-disco. The group’s primary users are B.R. Garm (right here going …

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Piko-Taro

From your same unexpected corners of novelty that produced one-hit amazing things like “Scatman” and “Mambo No. 5” comes Piko-Taro along with his viral strike “PPAP (Pen-Pineapple-Apple-Pen).” The influenced creation of Japanese comedian Kazuhito Kosaka (who also goes on Daimaou Kosaka), “PPAP” falls somewhere within “Gangnam Style” and Strange Al, …

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Moonshine Man

Just like the second-coming of Rednex’ one-hit-wonder “Cotton-Eyed Joe,” country dance outfit Moonshine Man scored a viral hit using their track “Trouble.” Released in the summertime of 2016 by Robbins Entertainment, “Difficulty” climbed to amount 20 on Billboard’s Viral 50 in early 2017.

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Soft Hair

Soft Locks can be an experimental pop collaboration between New Zealand psych artist Connan Mockasin and Uk musician Sam Dirt, who also records as LA PRIEST. Both first met in ’09 2009 when Dust’s previous band, Late from the Pier, backed Mockasin on tour. They quickly began collaborating within their …

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The Dean Ween Group

The Dean Ween Group may be the first project Mickey Melchiondo launched through the four years Ween was inactive in the 2010s. Melchiondo used the name Dean Ween when he was an adolescent in New Wish, Pa. He and friend Aaron Freeman — who known as himself Gene Ween — …

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BUFFAY

BUFFAY may be the comedy-rap alter ego of Michigan-based maker/songwriter Brandon Wiard. Previously known for his melodic power pop, Wiard started recording beneath the BUFFAY moniker in the past due 2000s, building sophisticated tracks from scrape using live instrumentation and utilizing several guests from Southeast Michigan’s indie rock and roll …

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Todrick Hall

Hailing from Arlington, Tx, Todrick Hall can be an American entertainer who all rose to popularity after rendering it towards the semi-finals from the ninth time of year of American Idol this year 2010. A guy of many abilities including singing, performing, dance choreography, and directing, Hall made a decision …

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AJJ

Comprising core people Sean Bonnette (classical guitar) and Ben Gallaty (vertical bass), AJJ can be a folk-punk clothing from Phoenix, Arizona. They shaped as Andrew Jackson Jihad in 2004, when frontman Bonnette was still an adolescent, as well as the duo quickly started composing humorously explicit music with macabre designs. …

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